Beer a Day Blog

My opinion on a variety of beers.

Wells Banana Bread Beer

Another beer with fruit? Usually something I don’t like. Banana Bread Beer, sounds intriguing at least. Well picture those banana Popsicles  you had as a child, now imagine if someone took one of those and dipped it in a fairly decent ale, sounds like a bad idea, well as it turns out not really. Wells Banana Bread Beer is an interesting combination of beer and a slight banana flavour, and I actually quite enjoyed it. I admit I usually hate any beer with fruit but I make an exception with this one. You want something a bit different but good then give this English Ale a try, I promise you’ll enjoy it.

7.5/10

June 9, 2011 - Posted by | Beer

2 Comments »

  1. hey there.
    wells banana bread beer is fucking disgusting. i tried it yesterday evening with a friend of mine. he took a really good gulp while i was rather sceptical.
    it ended up him making a really strange face and me pouring that nasty stuff down the sink.
    this is one of the ugliest things i’ve ever had in my mouth.

    we could save our tastebuds cleaning up with a spitfire, innis & gunn oak and a alice porter in the end.

    Comment by burnsson | August 19, 2011 | Reply

  2. LOL, if you think this beer is bad, try swallowing the swill called “rasputin”.
    I found this Beer to actually be a mild beer that would suit many different palattes………except…obviously for the drunk couch potatoes that need tons of hops or something odd to kill thier taste buds since they are mostly into beer for the alcohol, not the taste. I’m not that much of a beer drinker, i’m mostly into distilled beverages, but I had no problem drinking the whole bottle of Wells.

    Sounds more to me like Burnsson isn’t much of a real beer Connoisseur at all. Perhaps specificly interested in only few types of beer that he’s gotten used to.

    Comment by Roger | April 2, 2012 | Reply


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